Skywatch at a farm

Apples Growing Up in the Sky at Lee Turkey Farm in New Jersey
Apples Growing Up in the Sky at Lee Turkey Farm in New Jersey

We visited Lee Turkey Farm in East Windsor, New Jersey last Sunday. I took a mere 150 pictures that day. I’ve already posted apples, pumpkins, and a girl pulling a cart.

1802 Home at Lee Turkey Farm, East Windsor, New Jersey
1802 Home at Lee Turkey Farm, East Windsor, New Jersey

I love old nineteenth century homes. This one at the Lee Turkey Farm entrance, built in 1802, has such pretty details on the top cornice.

The fields of Lee Turkey Farm in East Windsor, New Jersey
The fields of Lee Turkey Farm in East Windsor, New Jersey

In the distance in the above photo, where there are itty bitty signs of scarecrows, is the corn maze. My son, his friend and my husband did the corn maze while my daughter and I hung around the playground. They only got six out of eight clues. It wasn’t easy, but they enjoyed it.


Above are the “scarecrow” signs at the entrance to the corn maze.

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